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Timothy R. Mhyre, PhD

Assistant Professor at Georgetown University

Location: Washington United States

Dr. Mhyre received his BS degrees in Chemistry and Biochemistry (summa cum laude) from Washington State University, followed by a PhD in Neurobiology and Anatomy from the University of Rochester. Dr. Mhyre completed a postdoctoral training and was a research faculty member in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the University of Rochester, before moving to Georgetown University. His research is focused on the identification, validation, and further study of peripheral biomarkers in CNS disorders like Parkinson's disease, including studying the relationships between the peripheral immune system and the central nervous system and utilizing these relationships to better understand disease diagnosis, prognosis, and therapies. Dr. Mhyre and his lab use a variety of molecular techniques (genomics, transcriptomics, proteomics) toward these ends.

Associated Grants

  • SNCA Haplotyping in Parkinson's Disease and Multiple System Atrophy


  • Supplemental Biomarkers Study to Clinical Trial for CoQ10


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